It is to long sinse I did my last scratch build, this time not a scratch but a 'Normal' casemod. It did took a long time to know exactly what kind of computer case I wanted. One thing was sure, I wanted to make something for my computer and the computer of my girlfriend. After years of looking at nice buildlogs with watercooled pc's it is finaly happening. I never liked the idea of having water tubes running past my lovely parts. For the past couple of years I helped a good friend Tim Warning from 'Dutch Lion Customising' with the designs in 2d and 3d. After seeing a lot of our work with watercooling I am convinced.. I want watercooling in my case. My girlfriend and me have both a pc in the living room. She has my old game pc and I had my last upgrade 2 years ago. Her System: Small NZXT Vulcan with a i7 2600k, her gpu died last year... My System: Antec 900 some small changes to it but noting to special, a i7 3770 with a Asus 970 Strix. We have talked several times about putting the 2 pc in one case. There were two options. 1. Make a scratch build 2. Mod a big exciting case. When Tim told me the t2 D3sk was going to separate and one of the two was a possibility for me I was excited. Faster after that it was sure, the basic of the pc is going to be a Thermaltake Tower 900. Most of the water cooling is also from Thermaltake. The main color theme of the project is going to be red and black, both our motherboard are blue... So the only option is to upgrade the hardware. When the t2 D3sk was still on a Asus RoG event The first box from Tim arrived. I still had 2 128gb m2 sata ssd's that can't fit my old motherboard, now I can use them both on one board! I had not planed to wait on the build before using the new hardware, so I decided to do the swap the same day. Old hardware: And the new hardware is alive! Saterday was the big day. The case has arrived and it was time to put it on one last time. Never worked with water cooling parts in real, the first training was to disassembly the case. After draining the hole system I have flushed it a couple of times with normal water. The water was clear and there was nothing green to find anywhere. Hoping that when I fill the loop in the end there will not be any green in my system. \\ After draining most of the water it was time to remove the hardware. The 1070 Strix with waterblock is going to be my next graphics card. In combination with my 970 strix for my gf. The Beautiful Asus motherboard is not for me, I will handle it with care but sadly it isn't going in my system. Now we can say the case is stripped and ready for a new life. When I had the idea of using the Thermaltake tower 900 I did a few quick drawings in Sketchup. Now the case is here I can do some real measuring and seeing where the second motherboard will fit. If i put the motherboard under each other there isn't very mush space for all the connections but I think it will fit. The first few steps that need to be done: Decide how i will fit two motherboards in the tower. Create a motherboard tray for the second motherboard. Create a psu bracket that will fit 2 psu's in the back of the case.